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@viebel I’ll look at that on Monday, I haven’t played around much with the task run configurations yet.
OK. Please let me know how to make it work
@cfleming Just a reminder …
I just want to open a REPL for a project that has deps.edn but no project.clj
For that you don’t need to use the tasks - use a Local REPL type as described here: https://cursive-ide.com/userguide/repl.html
The doc is slightly out of date - you’ll have two options “Use nREPL in normal JVM process”, and “Use clojure.main in normal JVM process”. Probably the nREPL option is the best - nREPL will be automatically injected into the classpath.
I am getting an error while creating opening a folder with deps.edn
Can you close that error message and send the screenshot of the underlying Import Project dialog?
Here it is. Sorry for the delay. I was trapped into some business meetings
Thanks a lot
any progress @cfleming?
@viebel No, sorry - I’ve been battling build tooling in the end. I have actually seen something similar to this but haven’t set to reproducing it properly yet.
Ok. no worries
Let me know when you find something
What do you mean by ” battling build tooling in the end”?
Did you find something related to my issue ?
@viebel No sorry, I’ve been chasing down other bugs. I’ve seen something like this myself but I’ve never been able to reproduce it when I’m debugging.
@viebel I think I have fixed this: https://github.com/cursive-ide/cursive/issues/2062. I never managed to reproduce exactly what you were seeing, but I did reproduce something similar which I had seen. Let me know if this is still a problem after the next release.
When the next release will be out?
Cool. Good luck
@joelmarty2 I’ll look into that - because Cursive uses a trampoline that may not work correctly. As a workaround, you can specify the env vars in the run configuration itself. Could you file an issue for that and I’ll try to fix it properly?
@mike1452 Settings->Editor->General->Smart Keys->Use ;; for line comments
@caleb.macdonaldblack Sadly no.
@mcferren Are you using JDK9+ for your project? Someone reported that some of the evaluation stuff was broken there.
@cfleming Hello! There is no such option "Use ;; for line comments" in Settings->Editor->General->Smart Keys. Idea 2018.2.3 CE, Cursive 1.7.0-2018.2
I hoped to have that as a stable build but ClojuTRE interrupted that - it should be next week.
@cfleming Ok, thanks.
If you want to use the EAP see here: https://cursive-ide.com/userguide/index.html#eap
@cfleming Thanks. Enabled EAP updates and now I see it. Thank you for this great product.
thanks for your help @cfleming java version "10.0.1" 2018-04-17 Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment 18.3 (build 10.0.1+10) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM 18.3 (build 10.0.1+10, mixed mode) what version should I be running?
how can we configure the color of the rainbow parenthesis?